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Thread: 1967 Mustang Front Bench Seat For Sale

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    ericbailey is offline Registered User Visit my Photo Gallery
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    1967 Mustang Front Bench Seat For Sale


    I recently purchased a 1967 Mustang Coupe. Surprisingly enough it has a full front bench which I didn't know until recently even existed in a Mustang. I really want to get individual bucket seats and sell the front bench. It is great condition and looks almost new. Does anyone know how much is a reasonable price to sell this front bench seat for?


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    Car Year, Make, Model: '51 Chevy Fleetline and a Ratrod project

    KEEP THE SEAT, at least keep it in the garage or somthing, it's worth money if you sell the car, at least let the seat go with as your price will increase, I think it's a rare option, might have been a base option, that like a few kinds of cars, got destroyed in value, as I mean, like the '63 Vettes, the split window cars, people thought the split window was a big blind spot so, there became a kit that allowed you to cut out the middle and put 1 big window in like the '65 - '67, now look at the price of '63 split windows, I'd bet that people did the same with front bench mustangs, got 2 seat's and tracks from the factory and removed the factory front bench, to so much of an extent that, the front bench seat in a mustang was forgotten by most. I'd bet that the seat cover for that bench is probably not made reproduction, and is irraplacable unless you have a good interior shop. The seat frame itself is probably the same seat frame as the 1 in my '67 Falcon 4dr but the seat foam and seat cover are diffrent. If you sold the seat, you'd have to sell it for more than a grand, cause that's how much more approx you could sell the car just with the bench seat, not even in the car. I'm deciding myself between a '67 Mustang 289/ 3spd car or a 1940 Ford pickup with a 440 chrysler as I'm selling my Falcon so I can get somthing new+ money for parts for my '51 Chevy I'm restoring
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    Car Year, Make, Model: 66 mustangFB, 69 econline Drag Van

    Scott Drake makes new seat covers for the bench seats.... and they were a base option on the 641/2-681/2 mustangs... the same time the 302 was introduced, the bench seat was removed.... not many people got bench seats, seeing that the buckets are much more comfortable.... so i'd say at least keep it on the side

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    Car Year, Make, Model: 68/67 Mustang



    Keep the seat, I have one stuck away for a coupe I am restoring,
    nice sealing point, not to many around.
    Also you can pick one up for about $150 in top shape. Or $125 for
    new covers. So I don't pick one up if it needs redone.
    Retired Mustanger.

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